Month: December 2015

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#12 2016 and Beyond!

Along with many others I am reflecting on 2015 whilst getting ready for a very exciting 2016. Keeping the focus on my favourite topic social outcomes whilst connecting with the most relevant governance arrangements I reflect on the best lessons I gained from 2015. The dialogue around social outcomes and governance arrangements has been topical …

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Grow outcomes not grow organisations

SBS Video  The urge to merge: charities encouraged to join forces Christmas is a time for giving but with at least 54,000 charities operating in Australia, how do you decide who to donate to? In the lead-up to the festive season the Community Council for Australia is warning of confusion and fatigue, as charities that …

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#11 Australia’s Ancient may be able to strengthen & restore it’s new

Being a social outcome champion I have much interest in Australia’s need for an overarching outcomes framework. For those that may not have heard my quest the overarching outcomes framework covers the transition and lifecycle stages of life (cradle to grave). The Organisations for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) requires each country to present an …

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Opinion

Mergers in the Not for Profit sector are not all about monetary growth options but more about growth in outcomes, writes Jayne Meyer Tucker, the former CEO of Good Beginnings Australia. Good Beginnings Australia may not have been a large organisation in dollar value ($8 million) but it was strong in its outcomes achievement and …

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